By Michael McKown For those who have not yet experienced what it’s like to be on a drag strip with your Tesla MS Plaid, this post is for you. Most US drag strips operate under rules of the National Hot Rod Association, which is fine unless you drive a really quick, unmodified (stock) electric car. [...]
We worked with EVfixMe in Costa Mesa, CA and installed our PLAID N2itive Lowering Links and Signature Wheels with the largest possible tires that can fit the new Plaids. Let us know what you think... You can purchase the RSX-1 Plaid Lowering Links here. https://youtu.be/2TZKZGf6WSE
UPDATE: 01-06-2022: Black links are now finished. Final QC and packaging in progress. The links will ship out to us this week via DHL Express Air. Normally this would take 3-days but with the holidays and Covid we're expecting air freight to take a week. The red version will arrive about 2-weeks after the black [...]
TESLA DEEP DIVE VIDEO! Half-Shaft Wear and Acceleration Shudder/Inner Rear Tire Wear Issues EXPLAINED…
Check out this great interview we did with one of our customers and well known Tesla YouTuber, Mike Young. In this interview we go in deep about the underlying causes of inner tire wear and acceleration shudder on the Tesla Model S and X. Would love to hear your thoughts about it and let us [...]
We made the final improvements to our RSX-1 lowering links. We changed the laser etching to make it easier to read, added super durable Viton® o-rings for water sealing and a few other small changes to improve precision even further. Production is underway and will arrive in 3-weeks. Thanks everyone for your patience.
I don't think I've ever read a thread online about Tesla tire wear without the argument of whether it was excess negative toe or negative camber that was wearing out someone's tires. Those responding are often times quite adamant in their position with most people seeming to simply repeat what they've heard online about the [...]